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Chrome River - Submitting Visa and Legal Permanent Resident Fees

This article provides information on the Business Purpose/Justification, naming conventions, and documentation requirements for university paid Visa fees and Legal Permanent Resident fees submitted in Chrome River.

Review Submitting Invoices in Chrome River job aid for filling out the invoice report. Visa Fees can be processed as an EPR. Legal Permanent Resident fees will not be processed as an EPR but can be marked as a check pick-up.

  1. The Business Purpose/Justification field should contain what fee is being paid and the employee’s full name.
    1. “H1B Filing Fee *Employee’s Name*”
    2. “H1B Anti-Fraud Fee *Employee’s Name*”
    3. “H1B Premium Processing Fee *Employee’s Name*”
    4. “H1B Extension Filing Fee *Employee’s Name*”
    5. “H1B Extension Premium Processing *Employee’s Name*”
    6. “Legal Permanent Resident Filing Fee *Employee’s Name*”
    7. “Legal Permanent Resident Premium Processing Fee *Employee’s Name*” 
  2.  The Vendor Invoice #/Reference # should follow these naming conventions: 
    1. For visa fees, the Vendor Invoice #/Reference # should contain the type of fee being paid, the employee’s first initial and last name, and the calendar year. (Example: Employee John Smith, Calendar Year 2023)
      1. Filing Fee: “FJSmith23”
      2. Anti-Fraud Fee: “AFJSmith23”
      3. Premium Processing: “PPJSmith23” 
    2. For Legal Permanent Resident fees, the Vendor Invoice #/Reference # should contain the type of fee being paid and the employee’s first initial and last name. (Example: Employee John Smith)
      1. Filing Fee: “LPRFJSmith”
      2. Premium Processing: “LPRPPJSmith”
    3. NOTE: The Vendor Invoice#/Reference # can only contain 30 characters. If you have more than 30 characters, drop letters off the end of the last name. There should be no spaces or other special characters.
  3. Back-up documentation is required to identify that the correct fees and dollar amounts are being paid. All this information can be found on the USCIS website.
    1. For the H1B Visa (I-129), visit the G-1055, Fee Schedule webpage
      1. Download the USCIS Fee Schedule form.
      2. Mark on the printout which fee you are paying: Filing Fee (Base Fee), Fraud Prevention and Detection Fee, or Premium Processing Services Fee.
      3. Attach this printout as your receipt to the Expense Report.
    2. For Legal Permanent Resident Filing Fee, visit the I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers webpage.
      1. Expand the Filing Fee section to see the fee amount.
      2. Print page.
      3. Attach this printout as your receipt to the Expense Report.
    3. For Legal Permanent Resident Premium Processing fee, visit the I-907, Request for Premium Processing Service webpage
      1. Expand the Filing Fee section to see the fee amount. 
      2. Print page.
      3. Attach this printout as your receipt to the Expense Report.


Keywordschrome river visa legal permanent resident fees   Doc ID129319
OwnerLearning Systems Support .GroupUI Training and Development Resources
Created2023-06-23 12:43 CDTUpdated2023-07-05 10:58 CDT
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